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All URLs correct as at 9 December 2009

  • ARTD 2001. Final report: Evaluation of the NSW Government Policy Statement and Guidelines for Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) in Public Places. http://www.dlg.nsw.gov.au/Files/Information/CCTV%20final%20report.PDF  
  • Barthe E 2006. Crime prevention publicity campaigns. Problem-oriented Guides for Police: Response Guides Series no. 5. Washington DC: US Department of Justice. http://www.popcenter.org/Responses/PDFs/publicity_campaigns.pdf  
  • Brew N 2005. An overview of the effectiveness of closed circuit television (CCTV) surveillance. Research note no. 14, 2005–06. Canberra: Commonwealth Parliamentary Library. http://www.aph.gov.au/library/Pubs/RN/2005-06/06rn14.htm  
  • Coumarelos C 2001. An Evaluation of the Safe City Strategy in Central Sydney. Sydney: NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research. http://www.lawlink.nsw.gov.au/lawlink/bocsar/ll_bocsar.nsf/vwFiles/r51.pdf/$file/r51.pdf  
  • Fairfield City Council 2002. Cabramatta TownSafe 5 year review. Sydney: Fairfield City Council. http://www.fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au  
  • Farrell G, Bowers K & Johnson S 2005. Cost-benefit analysis for crime science: Making cost-benefit analysis useful through a portfolio of outcomes, in Smith M & Tilley N (eds), Crime science: New approaches to preventing and detecting crime. London: Willan Publishing
  • Gill M et al. 2005a. Assessing the impact of CCTV (the impact of fourteen case studies). UK Home Office Research Study no. 292. London: Home Office. Assessing the impact of CCTV
  • Gill M et al. 2005b. Control room operation: Findings from control room observations. UK Home Office Online Report. London: Home Office. http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/rds/pdfs05/rdsolr1405.pdf  
  • IRIS Research Ltd 2005. Australian Council's CCTV Survey 2005. Wollongong: IRIS Research
  • Klepczarek J 2003. To CCTV or not to CCTV—that is the question but is it the answer? A practitioner's point of view. Paper presented at the Graffiti and Disorder Conference, Brisbane: 18–19 August 2003.  http://www.aic.gov.au/events/aic upcoming events/2003/~/media/conferences/2003-graffiti/klepczarek.ashx 
  • Keval HU & Sasse MA 2006. Man or a gorilla? Performance issues with CCTV technology in security control rooms. http://hornbeam.cs.ucl.ac.uk/hcs/publications/IEA2006_Keval.pdf  
  • Levesley T & Martin A 2005. Police attitudes to and use of CCTV. Home Office online report. London: Home Office. http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/rds/pdfs05/rdsolr0905.pdf  
  • Lyon D 2007. Surveillance studies: An overview. Cambridge: Polity Press
  • Ratcliffe J 2006. Video surveillance of public places. Problem-orientated guides for police response guides series no. 4. Washington: US Department of Justice. http://www.popcenter.org/responses/video_surveillance/  
  • Sherman L, Farrington D, Welsh B & MacKenzie D 2002 (eds), Evidence-based crime prevention. London: Routledge
  • Smith G 2004. Behind the screens: Examining constructions of deviance and informal practices among CCTV control room operators in the UK. Surveillance and Society 2(2/3): 376–395
  • Surette R 2005. The thinking eye: Pros and cons of second generation CCTV surveillance systems. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management 28(1): 152–173
  • Welsh B & Farrington D 2006. CCTV and street lighting: Comparative effects on crime, in Perry A, Macdougall C & Farrington D (eds), Reducing crime: the effectiveness of criminal justice interventions. London: Wiley and Sons